Some of the most popular music in the world has roots in Atlanta. In Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story, author Joe Coscarelli chronicles what it's like to be a rapper in Atlanta today and puts on spotlight on artists such as Migos and Lil Baby. After a discussion with Coscarelli, Peter and Orlando share some of their thoughts and insights on Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story.
During a break while on the Mega-Monsters Tour 2023 with Gojira, Brann Dailor (drummer and vocalist) of Mastodon stopped by the GPB studios for a quick chat. We learn how the band started, why they still live in Atlanta, and where you can run into Brann most days when he is home.
Peach Jam podcast features stories and songs recorded live in our GPB studios from a variety of incredibly talented and diverse bands and artists who call the Peach State home.
New Junk City, a DIY punk band from Atlanta, is made up of self-proclaimed "geezers" who continue to grind it out and refuse to give up on their dream.
Peach Jam Podcast features stories and songs recorded live in our GPB studios from a variety of incredibly talented and diverse bands and artists who call the Peach State home.
Fooshee's Forecast is a jam band collective from Atlanta where attitude and vibe are just as important as musical talent. They talk about the family-like Atlanta music scene, combining multiple influences and styles, and growing up in Buckhead.
Sheila Zachariah and her son Zach Johnson have a conversation about her decision to leave India 50 years ago.
Today we're at Georgia's very first kombucha tasting bar. Cultured South Fermentation Co., the home of Golda Kombucha, is on the west side of the Atlanta BeltLine and David wants to answer a simple question: What exactly is kombucha?
It was scary in 1961, for the 3 young men set to become Georgia Tech’s first Black students. And it was scary in 2020, for Marcus and Justin, who were accepted to Georgia Tech’s Executive MBA program during the COVID-19 pandemic. Marcus asks Justin about that first day.
Dr. Dale Strasser has treated many polio survivors over the year, including Shirley Duhart-Green. Strasser asks her to talk about some of her experiences having survived polio from the age of two and a half.
In the 1960s, Betty Swims was a young widow with four children to support. It wasn’t easy, and she didn’t always know where or how she’d get the money. She tells her son Roger about it.
Georgia-based Brits Adrian and Rosemary Woolfitt discuss his childhood in Brighton, East Sussex, England.
Maddy Frey of Atlanta and Tom Tjomstol of Woodstock, Georgia are strangers with different political views who came together to record a conversation.
Sydia and Danny Bell remember the day an ordinary dad became a superhero.
For over 50 years, native Atlantan Herman J. Russell made it his business to build a Black owned business empire. In this conversation, fellow entrepreneur Kiplyn Primus asks Russell's son Michael about his not-so-ordinary family.
Hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson are joined by Jason Strickland, the head football coach of the Ware County Gators.
Host Sea Stachura and editor Keocia Howard look back on the making of "Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot."
For this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with the head coach of the Crisp County Cougars, Brad Harber.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The Georgia High School Association has taken its first major step toward resuming athletics in the state.
Use this toolkit to teach students the science behind demolitions and how you and your class can watch the Dome’s implosion live.
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